[GRASS-user] open map

stephen sefick ssefick at gmail.com
Mon Mar 21 09:46:09 EDT 2011

Is it in the same projection as the location?  Have you imported it
into GRASS with r.in.gdal or v.in.ogr? ...

On Mon, Mar 21, 2011 at 8:42 AM, Anja_Eva <badera at student.ethz.ch> wrote:
> Hello there!
> I'm a beginner in GRASS GIS 6.40RC4 and have problems to open a specific map
> from Central America. Therefore I first created a new location, where I need
> my map. Then I downloaded a map (in a zip format and I unzipped it. There
> was one folder with different types of data. Some with the ending 'bil' and
> some with 'hdr') from the internet on http://www.iscgm.org. As I tried to
> open it in this new location in GRASS it didn't work. What do I have to do
> to open a map? Is the generating of a new location necessary or can I just
> open a map without that?
> Thanks a lot and have a nice day.
> Bye!
> Anja_Eva
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